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Watch Katy Perry & Madonna Grind Up On Each Other, Then Burn Your Eyeballs Forever

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | October 28, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | October 28, 2015 |

Spend a few minutes with various beautiful Bond men, and MAKE SURE YOU SCROLL TO THE END. Daniel Craig’s unmentionables beg that you trust me. (Go Fug Yourself)

We’re going to be following this TV High School bracket showdown VERY closely. (Vulture)

A group of Russian women boarded a moon mission test earlier today, and oh wow did their press conference beforehand turn gross. Because winning catfights and no-makeup selfies are CLEARLY these women’s top priorities. (Mary Sue)

These Instagram videos of Madonna and Katy Perry getting familiar with each other are so awkward and bumbling I felt overwhelmingly embarrassed just watching them. (People)

Tig Notaro got married this weekend! (US)

Taking a trip down the most haunted road in the U.S. (Atlas Obscura)

A civil rights case is being launched to investigate the (now fired) South Carolina police officer who violently arrested a black, female high school student for texting in class. (ABC)

This really wonderful, misty-eye-making Barbie ad is a few weeks old, but if you haven’t seen it, do. Little girls being adorable confident badasses is always a fun thing to watch. (Mashable)

Live Through This is an awesome site dedicated to compiling stories of suicide survivors in an attempt to destigmatize the loneliness and isolation so many people feel when depression and suicidal thoughts hit. Our own Brock Wilbur shared an incredibly personal, touching story. (Live Through This)

This sounds like a joke, or maybe a few-hundred-years old headline someone dug up, but nope. A witch really is suing a warlock in Salem, MA. (Mediaite)

With Halloween right around the corner, Cannonball Read asks which book you prefer: Frankenstein or Dracula? Do you go with the 197-year-old tale of a reanimated corpse that led to "The Munsters"? Or do you side with the 118-year-old epistolary novel that spawned the likes of Twilight? Chime in below in the comments or on the Cannonball Read Facebook page. (Cannonball Read 7)

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